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Extractions: (Complete Translated Text) I travel through the invisible country. . . . I create a world which submits to no laws save the shadowy laws of my own feelings. On Sunday, I was visiting Natasha at her dacha. There were three other guests: two girls and Boris Mikhailovich. The girls, along with Natasha's brother, Erast, set off to the river for a boat ride. Wethat is to say, Natasha, Boris Mikailovich, and Iwent into the forest. In the forest, we laid down in a glade, which was brightly lit by the sun. Natasha raised up her face, and suddenly her face seemed like a shining porcelain dish.
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Extractions: Works of Soviet Literature summarized for those unable or too lazy to read them in the original. Olesha, Yuri Karlovich . Born 3 March (19 Feb, Old Style) 1899 in Elizavetgrad, Ukraine, the son of former land owner. Family moved to Odessa in 1902. He began to write poetry in the gymnasium. After graduation from the gymnasium, he enrolled in the law faculty at Novorossik University. At the same time, he participated in literary discussion groups in Odessa, along with Ilya Ilf Valentin Kataev , and Eduard Bagritsky In 1919, despite the monarchist attitudes of his parents, Olesha joined the Red Army. In 1921 he was working in Kharkov as a journalist-propagandist for the Bureau of Ukrainian Publications. In 1922, he published his first story, Angel , and moved to Moscow. There he went to work for the railway journal Gudok , producing satirical verse under the pseudonym of Zubilo (Chisel). Other staff members included Ilf and Petrov, Kataev, Isaak Babel , and Mikhail Bulgakov . Two collections of poetry were published in 1924 and 1927.
Olesha, Yuri The New Leader)olesha, yuri karlovich (18991960) ( The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts)Love.(includes biography of author yuri karlovich olesha)(short story) http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0836564.html
Extractions: Olesha, Yuri Olesha, Yuri, , Russian novelist and dramatist. In his novel Envy (1927; tr. 1936) and in his other writing, Olesha focused on the conflict between the demands of an industrialized world and human spiritual needs. He wrote in a vivid, highly metaphoric style distinctly different from orthodox Soviet socialist realism. See Envy and other Works and Love and Other Stories The Complete Short Stories and Two Fat Men The Complete Plays (1983), and No Day Without a Line (essays, 1979); study by V. Peppard (1989). The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia,
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SovLit.com - "Three Fat Men" By Yuri Olesha Biography of yuri olesha. olesha, yuri karlovich. Born 3 March (19 Feb, Old Style) 1899 in Elizavetgrad despite the monarchist attitudes of his parents, olesha joined the Red Army http://www.sovlit.com/fatmen.html
Extractions: One day, Dr. Gaspar decides to go to the park by the Palace of the Three Fat Men to collect various grasses and insects. When he gets to the city's edge, however, he finds that the city gates are closed and a huge crowd is gathered there. The guards are letting no one out of the city because the armorer Prospero and the gymnast Tibul have led a mob to storm the Palace of the Three Fat Men. The rebels are routed in a bloody battle and Prospero, the hero of the people, is captured. Dr. Gaspar climbs a tower to watch the battle, but a stray shell destroys the tower.
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Extractions: A B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Yury (Karlovich) Olesha (1899 - 1960) also: Iurii Karlovich Olesha - born Feb. 19 (March 3, New Style), 1899 - died May 10, 1960 The invisible realm is the adobe of attention and imagination. In it the wayfarer is not alone; two sisters walk at his side, leading him by the hand; they are Attention and Imagination. But what may this mean? Is it that, defying all and sundry, defying order and society, I am creating a world subject to no law save the phantom law of my individual sensibility? What, indeed, does it mean? There exists two worlds: the old and the new. And what is this other world? A third one? There are two paths; and what, pray, is the third path? (from 'A Cherry Pie,' 1929) Yury Olesha was born in Elizavetgrad, Ukraine, into a middle-class family. His father was an excise officer, an impoverished member of the gentry. The family moved to Odessa in 1902. Olesha was educated at home, and Rishelevskii gymnasium, Odessa (1908-17). He studied law for two years at Novorossiikii University, Odessa, where he participated in literary discussion groups. Rejecting his parents' monarchist sympathies Olesha joined in 1919 the Red Army for a year. He served as a telephonist in a Black Sea naval artillery battery. He married Olga Gustavovna Suok and worked as a propagandist at the Bureau of Ukrainian Publications in Kharkov. In 1922 Olesha moved to Moscow and published his first story, 'Angel'. He became a staff member of the railway journal
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Extractions: Illustrations by M. Dobuzhinsky Doctor Gaspar's Day Is Disturbed The time of magicians has passed. But sometimes the uneducated would mistake the distinguished and very learned Dr. Gaspar Arneri for a magician because of the amazing things he could do. He was the master of a hundred sciences. One day, Dr. Gaspar decides to go to the park by the Palace of the Three Fat Men to collect various grasses and insects. When he gets to the city's edge, however, he finds that the city gates are closed and a huge crowd is gathered there. The guards are letting no one out of the city because the armorer Prospero and the gymnast Tibul have led a mob to storm the Palace of the Three Fat Men. The rebels are routed in a bloody battle and Prospero, the hero of the people, is captured. Dr. Gaspar climbs a tower to watch the battle, but a stray shell destroys the tower. Ten Gallows In the commotion, Dr. Gaspar loses his hat, coat, eyeglasses, shoe heels, and consciousness. When he awakens, it is night and he hears waltz music.